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Andrew Hobbs won the Edinburgh Tournament

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August 16-21 2004 (AC - Mixed)

  • The Cramond Cup (Open Singles): Andrew Hobbs
  • The Ian H. Wright Trophy (Advanced Play for players of handicap 4 or more): John Seddon
  • The Silver Jubilee Salver (Handicap Advanced for h/c 8 or more): Martin Stephenson. Event 4, Handicap for players of handicap 14 or over (The Walter B. Laing Cup): Graeme Holland
  • The Norton Wright Trophies (Handicap Doubles): Andrew Hobbs and Lindsay Hobbs
  • The Edinburgh Croquet Cup (Unrestricted Handicap, X): Graeme Holland
  • The Milne Trophy (Unrestricted Handicap, Swiss): John Seddon
  • The Lauder Bowl (player getting furthest without winning an event): Allan Hawke

Handicap Changes

John Beech: from 2.5 to 2
Graham Brightwell from 2.5 to 3
Walter Brown from 18 to 16
Mark Elliot from 14 to 16
Allan Hawke from 14 to 11
Lindsay Hobbs from 18 to 20
Graeme Holland from 16 to 12
John Seddon from 9 to 7
Robert Skeen from 10 to 11
Rod Williams from 1.5 to 1

a report on the tournament on the SCA website


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